The Department of Preventive Medicine contributes to several master's degree programs throughout Northwestern University that are relevant to our work. Explore the programs below to learn more.
Master of Public Health
Northwestern's MPH program prepares graduates to span the boundary between public health and their professional fields, emphasizing data and analytic skills.
Master of Science in Biostatistics
The MS in Biostatistics program through Northwestern's Program in Public Health provides graduate biostatistics training for students who intend to plan, direct and execute health research and/or analyze health data.
Master of Science in Clinical Investigation
The MSCI program through Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute aims to produce clinical scientists who are skilled in clinical research techniques and committed to conducting sound clinical research.
Master of Science in Health Informatics
Offered through Northwestern's School of Professional Studies, the MHI program prepares students for roles across the healthcare enterprise that leverage technology tools and data in ways that promote improved healthcare delivery and population health.
Master of Science in Health and Biomedical Informatics
This program is housed within the Division of Health and Biomedical Informatics in the Department of Preventive Medicine and is geared primarily toward doctorally-prepared researchers who wish to gain additional experience in HBMI.